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Half-term Soccer Course

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Fun-packed Football CoachingDays are on offer for children for under-6 to 12 years at Thame United's football ground during the Half-term Holidays, from as little as £12.50 per day. So come and join in the fun at Meadow View Park!

From Tuesday 27th May to Friday 30th May.

Kick-Off is at 9.00am and the final whistle is at 3.00pm on each day.

Call 01844 214401 to book, or simply download the booking form (click on "May Soccer") and complete and return it to the MVP Office with your payment.

Special Offer: Book all 4 days for £45.00

Important Information for Parents
Your child will need a packed lunch, a healthy snack & lots of refreshment.

For more information:
please telephone 01844 214401
or Email: frank.thompson@thamefootball.co.uk

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